Can we really write or suggest a psychological analysis of “Armenians”? That is what Dağcı (2012) attempted to do in her recent article. In doing so, she opened an important conversation regarding one’s perception towards the Other. In this paper, I take on the issue of knowing the Other. I argue that knowledge of the Other, claiming truth and certainty through any kind of analysis without Other’s self-definitions, is not only impossible, but also is an ethnocentric imposition of dominant discourses of the Other. I end the paper by proposing self-imposed ignorance of the Other as the only true path towards wisdom.